Whether you have been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis or have been experiencing unexplained foot pain, know that relief is possible.
If you are suffering from heel pain that is holding you back from an active lifestyle or even simple everyday tasks, our team at the Center for Sports and Regenerative Orthopedics is ready to help you.
We take pride in being a leading orthopedic center in Maryland, helping many Waldorf patients heal their foot pain so that they may resume their normal activities without discomfort.
Plantar Fasciitis can cause stabbing pain to the heel of your foot with every step you take. This common condition affects the thick band of tissue that runs the length of your foot called the fascia.
Physical stress and inflammation can make walking or standing difficult for long periods of time. Experiencing this kind of discomfort can be taxing on your physical and mental well-being, leaving you desperate for relief.
Working with an experienced orthopedic doctor is key to getting your plantar fasciitis under control freeing you from pain and allowing you to resume more physical activity.
It's common to experience some inflammation in your heels since most individuals are on their feet often. However, if your pain is a daily battle affecting your life, it’s time to see a specialist to get to the bottom of your pain and find a solution.
There are a few reasons you may be experiencing plantar fasciitis that include:
If you are dealing with plantar fasciitis, you will most likely experience heel pain first thing in the morning or after being on your feet for a long time.
Often plantar fasciitis will only affect one foot. You may not notice the pain while exercising; however, it may arise after.
Additional symptoms of plantar fasciitis include:
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, you may be dealing with plantar fasciitis. Don’t let foot pain keep you from doing the activities you love!
Our Waldorf team of orthopedic professionals at the Center for Sports and Regenerative Orthopedics understands how debilitating plantar fasciitis can be.
In order to determine the root cause of your pain, you will receive a diagnostic ultrasound along with a complete physical exam. The ultrasound compares each foot to help us understand and visually verify if there is strain, tear, or degeneration of the plantar fascia.
Once we understand what is causing your plantar fasciitis, we will develop a custom treatment plan tailored to your needs. Some of our minimally invasive treatment options for plantar fasciitis may include:
We are proud to offer regenerative treatment options that give the body the guidance it needs to ultimately heal itself. When and if needed, these minimally invasive ground-breaking treatments provide lasting results without the intervention of pharmaceutical drugs to reduce the possibility of addiction.
When you work with our team at the Center for Sports and Regenerative Orthopedics, you get a team of passionate leaders in the sports medicine field who will go the extra mile to ensure you get the answers and treatment you need.
Call and schedule your first consultation today if you are ready to take the next step to heal and diminish your pain with some of the top sports medicine doctors in Maryland!